Recently we reported how Cambridge Analytica had distributed their 27-page blueprint for using data to increase the effectiveness of political ads, such as the ones they claim helped Donald Trump get elected president. Cambridge Analytica’s business development director Brittany Kaiser explained how the blueprint was created and also how it was used.
Pam Bondi was without doubt one of the Trump "pay to playmates" who made Trump “University’s” problems go away.
Cuban told FBN's Neil Cavuto, "Donald has done a great job of setting the agenda for the media. The guy is a master of headline porn."
Hopefully, the rest of the media will follow the MSNBC host's lead and recognize that the real pay-to-play scandal they crave isn't coming from the Clinton Foundation – it's coming from Trump's.
Not only is the foundation highly regarded, but it is doing critical work that benefits millions of people all across the globe.
The media has every right to examine the Clinton Foundation's work, but they should do it in a way that is driven by facts.
The predictable response from the media to Hillary Clinton's growing lead over Donald Trump is to drum up a Clinton scandal in the hopes that the polls will get closer.
In an exclusive interview with NBC News' Cynthia McFadden, Bill Clinton defended the Clinton Foundation's work.
Fox News and The NY Times have entered into agreements with Peter Schweizer to push the theme from his anti-Hillary book in their coverage.
Secretary Clinton seems to have a bit of her husband's skill when it comes to breaking things down. On Monday, during a media availability in Keane, New Hampshire, the Democratic candidate called Republicans out for avoiding the issues by demonizing her.
Former President of the United States Bill Clinton appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Thursday night. Stewart ended up interviewing Clinton for nearly 30 minutes, throwing the extended interview on the show's website after the episode aired.